White Privilege Conference Begins… Here’s The SICK Fundraiser They Did On Day 1

Each year, the country’s liberals gather in one place to blame successful white people for the problems faced by others, and it’s called the White Privilege Conference.

The anti-white folks gathered for their 17th annual conference in Philadelphia on Friday, and it did not take long for them to show their true colors by supporting anti-cop rhetoric and raising money for the mother of a man who was killed after shooting a police officer.

Conference-goer Delphine Matthews told the audience how her son, Frank McQueen, was shot and killed by police in Chester, Pennsylvania. “They said he shot an officer. I don’t know,” she said, according to The Daily Caller.

“I know my son did not shoot an officer,” she said a few moments later. “I would bet my life he did not shoot an officer.”

As it turns out, her son had a five-page-long criminal record, which Matthews acknowledged. But according to her, McQueen had cleaned up his act when he was shot by the police.

“He paid for his mistakes. He did a 360-degree turn,” she said.

Maybe she just misspoke, but when you turn 360 degrees you’ve just completed a circle and are actually back where you started, meaning you haven’t changed at all.

However, her “360-degree comment” ended up being entirely correct, as her son had actually been arrested just a couple of weeks before his death for violating a restraining order, according to philly.com.

In fact, a restraining order violation is exactly what led to the shooting in the first place. When the police encountered McQueen, he was at the home of the woman who had the restraining order against him.

Matthews claimed that the woman had invited him over, but according to police, they were called to the house when the woman reported a domestic violence incident involving McQueen. Things apparently escalated to the point of a shoot-out, which police said McQueen initiated.

Conveniently, the mother had been taking medication that day for heart problems, so she can’t remember the events that took place. But, she’s positive (almost) that her son did not shoot that officer … (insert eye roll here).

Now, Matthews has been trying to “pursue justice” for her son, but she told the audience she needed money for legal assistance after she hired a bogus private investigator who scammed her out of her money.

Likely bursting at the seams to “stick it to the cops,” the White Privilege Conference leaders quickly sprung into action to help this woman stir up the race-baiters over her cop-shooting son.

Eddie Moore Jr., the founder and president of the event organizer “The Privilege Institute,” joined Matthews on stage with an envelope of $1,000 to assist her efforts. He then announced that a percentage of all funds raised at the conference would go to Matthews, and he also encouraged other conference-goers to make personal donations.

Because this country desperately needs another ridiculous anti-cop demonstration for someone who tried to kill a police officer. We will never fix any problem in this country until we take responsibility for our own actions and stop blaming others — and having racist, blame fest conferences — for our problems.

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Via Conservative Tribune

Jeff was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison, chairman emeritus of Ross Perot’s Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. Jeff is editor-in-chief at Freedom Daily. He wrote for former Hollywood talent agent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30 person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is single & says he is not gay.

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